Local Flavours 2021 finally happened.

After missing out on a show in 2020 due to Covid, Local Flavours finally succeeded in opening its doors to the trade on the 29th of September despite the unplanned fuel crisis which reared its head the week before. Stand holders enjoyed a quieter year than previous shows mainly due to the fuel issue however, trade was brisk and feedback from exhibitors has been really positive. Visitors who made the effort to get there to support the local food and drink industry were treated to a real spread of products produced in the eastern region and rewarded this by placing many orders on the day.
We were delighted to welcome a group of food innovators from the Netherlands. Several years ago a relationship between the Netherlands and the East of England  was formed and whilst 2020 plans to continue to grow and strengthen the relationship was put back due to the pandemic. The relationship is certainly back on track and in 2022 we are hoping for a visit to the country by food and drink producers in the region which will be back on the agenda too.
Local Flavours also played host to a reception to launch the Broadland Food Innovation Centre currently in build at the Food Enterprise Park at Honingham Thorpe. The building is looking to welcome its first tenants in 2022    https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/business/broadland-food-innovation-centre-plans-revealed-8375198.
We are immensely proud of the team who managed to pull off a successful show in ongoing challenging circumstances and who are already planning new activity to support the local food and drink industry in 2021 and beyond. All enquires re Local Flavours to info@localflavours.co.uk.

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